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1 Page Multiple Galleries

  1. I've created a Gallery Page on my blog and I want to display my works into their own galleries based on types of work...3D Environments, Character Modeling, Traditional Art...etc. Also how to make my images into tabs would be cool as well.

    Basically I want my gallery page to be similar to Rafael Grassetti's Page

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, Thank You!


    The blog I need help with is

  2. Hello-
    I am trying to do the exact same thing! I am not sure why I am just having the hardest time wrapping my brain around this. I have also created a gallery page, and have multiple media (Books, Paintings, Video, Installation, Prints, etc..) that I would like to each have their own separate galleries on one page. Ideally, each gallery would then house another set of galleries based on series of work.

    I am hoping someone will come to the rescue soon!


  3. When it comes to the gallery functions I'm flummoxed. I use this resource > Best wishes for a happy outcome. :)

  4. Hello

    I tried to do the same thing. But after awhile I considered creating tables with images inside them, so they look like multiple galleries in one page.
    I also linked each image to its own gallery, so I got samples gallery of my work on my home page.
    You may take a look to my page:

    But I am still facing little problem: whenever you try to click on an element (image), it seems like you are clicking on the whole row. So I need to un-group these elements of the same row.

    I can advise you in writing the HTML code regarding tables with images inside it.

    Also, I need an advise regarding my problem above.


  5. I got a bit stuck on this too. May have found a solution... it works for me at least...

  6. @tlslandscapes
    Your blog is a self-hosted WordPress.ORG install. Just saying ... I'm not sure that your fix will also work on a wordpress.COM blog.

  7. Will test it out, but in principle there's no reason why that technique shouldn't work here as well. If you drop the file="link" the thumbnail will instead open in an attachment page.

  8. @justjennifer
    YAY! I hoped would see this. :)

  9. One caveat: navigation of images *is* less confusing if you use file="link" than with an attachment page, but worth further investigation one hopes this weekend. :)

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